Celebrating 25 Years
We supply the natural products industry with organic, non-GMO and fair trade ingredients. Our clients include manufacturers and consumer brands in the food, beverage, nutritional, and personal care markets. Since 1994 we've led by example, shaping the future of organic and evolving into a leading global supplier.
We are all connected by one planet
The Ingredients for a Better World
As a trusted supplier of certified organic and non-GMO ingredients, we are naturally dedicated to sustainability, but we take our commitment a step further by considering the role of people – and economic fairness – in our global vision.
Through a new partnership with Matco Foods, Ciranda has added organic and non-GMO brown and clarified rice syrups to our functional sweetener portfolio. Matco's Kisan Dost (Farmer's Friend) program provides a host of free services to support struggling rice growers.
Ciranda now has over 100 ingredients verified by the Non-GMO Project! Include us in your strategy to provide consumers with the highest quality organic and non-GMO products.
Ciranda welcomes longtime friend and food industry consultant, Jim Mitchell, back to the team in a product engineering role. Jim will be applying his experience in food engineering and functional carbohydrates to guide new product development, while also providing technical support to customers and manufacturing partners.
With the support of our supply partners worldwide, Ciranda curated a collection of stories in honor of our 25th year in business. ‘Stories of Impact’ highlights the importance of global food ingredients to support the livelihood of farmers and manufacturing employees. It is our hope that this book reminds us all that we are all connected.
Ciranda has chosen Jean-Philippe (JP) Tournoy as the new Chief Executive Officer. Tournoy’s fluency in international culture and language, combined with his extensive experience in global food ingredients make him a natural fit with the company’s core competencies. Tournoy joins the company as CEO to succeed founder, Hans Friese.